1 What do you want? What you want is pretty much a vision of where you want to be. Where will you end up?
First things first: Before you take the drive, you need a clear vision of where you want to be; and you need to know where you are going.
Create a timeline and necessities needed to make it to your destination; figure out how long it will take you to get there, then prepare to drive the distance.
Grab your journal sit down and create your roadmap. Write down how you plan to do it, create a map showing how you will make it from point A to point B. Draw the path that will lead you in the right direction.
Let's say that you have a vision being able to save $10,000, For some of us it may seem like a lot of money to save. If so, just know it's something very hard to do, but you also should know that it is something attainable.
The key 🔑 is to focus on what's doable. Creating a personal formula to save money 💰will help to keep you in control over your expenses. Think about what you want to do with your cash, add some excitement to your journey! Do you want to be able to use it towards a new car or house? Maybe, you want to pay off your credit cards.
Whatever you decide just know that if you make your deposits you are on the right path.
For example, If you find a way to save $450. per month, divide it into your total amount. Let’s do the math: adding $450. each month to your savings account will put you at $5,400. per 12 months; double that and it totals: $10,800. So, you know what it takes to get to this amount. It will take you approximately 2 years to reach your end-goal.
Taking into consideration that you will face some unexpected delays. You may not be able to save the exact amount each month. The important thing is to stay focused, keep driving.
Whatever roadblocks are in your way, it's just that a roadblock. It's there to slow you down.
Visualize yourself making your last deposit into your savings reaching a total of: $10,000 - . How do you think you would feel in that moment? I'm sure you will be very proud of yourself.
Setting a personal goal and achieving it is something major, we all should continue to experience. Can you see yourself with a huge smile on your face holding a $10,000 check? Actually, make sure you save something as proof of your journey. It can be a photo with you holding up the date and something in the photo that describes your end goal - something that will give you th, hold up a piece of paper and written on it is: $10,000 richer! or print out of a check that has " I reached my goal" be creative and have fun with it -- that's what journeys should be about. Take time to stop and smell the roses and before you know it -- you will come to the end.
Begin by asking yourself some tough questions. Is there a way to make it to the destination you want? What are some of the roadblocks to expect along the way?
Grab your pen and paper and write down all things that you are making payments towards, write down everything so that you can sort out the payments. Column one will have everything paid out and column two will be to add all the ones that will someday be paid off.
Once you've created your list, go down the list total the amount of all items in column one. Write down your monthly payment for everything.
If you have a care note, and need to make 15 more payments, write it on the line with the car note. Everything expense should be on your sheet.
Create your roadmap from end to start. You want to start at the end and work your way back, Keeping the end in mind will help you form your steps in reverse to the very start of your journey. You’ll need to see both points. When you want to drive somewhere you add to points: the end and the start.
So our example here is to save money. Write with the intent to come up with a clear concise picture of what you can do to adjust your spending habits…. write your daily steps needed to get there. When you write the plan it will allow you to see it broken down in parts, each part represents the direction your’e going. You-become aware of the distance from where you've been where you are and where you're going. You can see how fast you're moving along.
What are some of the things that can be done daily, things that will minus from your expenses?Take time to review all areas; lay it all out - take note of all of your payments and daily habits.
You next step is to figure out the path after lining up all of your expenses and figuring out how to eliminate them to gain a savings. Write down the things where you can live without take a serious leap to mentally prepare yourself to live without some things.
Serious put some thought and time into it; can you eliminate buying products such as cleansers, instead find some home remedies that can be used in place of all those cleanser brands. What about your food, is there a way to cut down your cost by a third. What about grooming products, yes this can be hard, but the more you think of it as its not that you plan to do this forever -- it will make it easier to look for the small things to not buy for the next year or two. C
The more you do to eliminate the faster you will be able to get to your end goal.
Now that you've written down everything in your control. How will you get there?
Are you sure you will be driving in the right direction each day?
Okay, grab a pen and paper and write it down, stay committed, and keep the faith, believe you will make it there! Be sure to move in the right direction; often times you may become trapped into fear and uncertainty; but, know that you will eventually get through the fog. 2 How will you get there?
When figuring out the HOW in anything you would have to have your plan written in hand - so that you know you've thought the entire thing out, from beginning to end. What will be your first move? You will need to open an account specifically for this purpose. You'll need a fresh new account so that you can make the first deposit.
It becomes your official roadmap to achieving your personal victory!.
You created your roadmap - it's time to sit down and think about the number of ways you can take control of your expenses daily for the next 30 days, focus on your end victory! Stay committed to your deposits.
Just as if you are stopping to fill up the tank. You are gassing your subconscious mind to fall into the habit of the bigger views as you imagine as our end result, you choose the grade of gasoline, good or bad. Gassing up with good thoughts are deposits needed to fill you up with faith needed to reach your destination! 3 Expect roadblocks Know what to expect. Keep the important things in mind:
Now that you've created your roadmap; getting to the things you want in life: stay committed to your thoughts through your words, remember to write about your journey! Clearly, write down why you chose to do this challenge.
Overtime this will become your process to getting the things you want in life. You can then see the receipts on how God will continue to place you in this ongoing cycle and you will begin to understand that you have the tools to make it through anything, baby!
Is one of those tough questions that we need to ask ourselves, daily. Excercise feeding your mind regularly with what you want to achieve.(*) One example, of how you can adjust yourself to save more is to try to get rid of one of your biggest expense that you pay on each month and eliminate it
Stay focused, keep your eyes on the road; your roadmap handy and expect delays.
Although it's hard to stick to the plan, become inspired through your actions, which are your deposits. You want to see your movement start from $1000. to $2,000., then $3000. .. and before you know it — you will hit your mark:$10,000 dollars. **
Your map is a form of self-awareness; write your journey, words can capture what you were feeling at that time to your ending from your beginning.
You will be able to say- I had a vision, wrote my plan and made it happen!
Create your roadmap so that you stay on track and are aware of the distance from where you've started and where you are going. It's your written statement to see how you were able to save $10,000 dollars and how long it took you, the obstacles that were in your way to reach that amount.
In the end you have written your roadmap to your destination. It's the one thing you have control over - your actions.
During your journey expect delays: unexpected rain that will slow you down, fog so thick to where you can't see ahead, going through valleys and mountains, you will run into some unexpected traffic and bumps in the road.
Write a plan to elevate your thoughts to a higher purpose.
Inside your journal, map it out, start with numbering your steps
Time to figure out the plan. Now to break it down, write down how much time you’ll need to dedicate to your plan for the next 30 days.